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What's your favourite Stephen King novel?


I think mine is "It"- the idea for "Misery" is brilliant too (and I really enjoyed "Shawshank Redemption")...

 

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    Nicholas Daly (NonCopyBook) 2 years ago

    The Stand seems to win out with fans because of the length and breadth as well as engaging characters which as you point out is a strength of Misery- I think you do really care about Paul Sheldon, and writer as hero, how can you go wrong?!

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    Nicholas Daly (NonCopyBook) 2 years ago

    I haven't got to Dark Tower, or King's Bachman books. Misery was second for me after Pet Sematary, they're great reading..

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    Nicholas Daly (NonCopyBook) 2 years ago

    I recall enjoying the film version of "Insomnia".. He has indefatigable energy doesn't he- he's a writer's writer and then some, touching on varied subjects, if known for horror... He is a writer that's hard to keep up with- which is a compliment!


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    Nicholas Daly (NonCopyBook) 2 years ago

    Intriguing, I'll check out the opening on amazon and maybe it'll be added to my list... ;)


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    Nicholas Daly (NonCopyBook) 2 years ago

    Yes The Stand is popular (and I haven't got through it as yet either)- I enjoyed the film though was iffy about its supernatural elements (though the supernatural elements in "It" I was fine with for some reason!). Maybe I'll try again-so many books!

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    Nicholas Daly (NonCopyBook) 2 years ago

    Yeah I couldn't put it down either and it was the first one I read - at 10 or 11 or so, so it felt a little rebellious too haha..


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